Yokogawa Electrical Company has developed the TDLS8200 probe sort tunable diode laser spectrometer and can launch it on the market on 6 Might as a part of its OpreX Analyser household
Whereas that includes the identical low set up price, excessive measurement stability and excessive reliability of the previous TDLS8100, the TDLS8200 will have the ability to concurrently measure oxygen, carbon monoxide, and methane fuel concentrations immediately and at excessive velocity. Along with being able to concurrently measure three completely different fuel sorts, the TDLS8200 will likely be enhanced this yr with the discharge of a model that can have the ability to carry out measurements in environments the place temperatures vary as much as 850℃.
This can allow the secure and simultaneous measurement of oxygen, carbon monoxide, and methane in plant boilers and heating furnaces and thereby facilitate environment friendly combustion management and protected operation.
1. Environment friendly combustion and security by secure and simultaneous measurement of oxygen, carbon monoxide and methane
Probably the most important function of the TDLS8200 is its twin laser mild sources and optics, which give it the flexibility to concurrently measure oxygen, carbon monoxide, and methane concentrations for combustion management. Its direct measurement system depends on using lasers, that are simpler to take care of than typical sampling programs and are extra strong than catalyst-based sensors. This ensures the secure, simultaneous, and lossless measurement of oxygen and carbon monoxide concentrations.
2. Easy alternative of sampling system
The TDLS8200 is a probe sort product that’s simple to put in. An current sampling level or probe can merely be swapped with the TDLS8200, which will be mounted on the similar opening the place the earlier instrument was put in. As no further sampling gadgets should be put in, the TDLS8200 has a really compact footprint.
3. Deliberate launch of enhanced model that will likely be able to making measurements in environments with temperatures as much as 850℃
The TDLS8200 will have the ability to deal with excessive temperatures of 600℃, which means it may be utilized in purposes resembling boilers and exhaust stacks. Due for launch this yr, an enhanced model of the TDLS8200 will likely be able to performing measurements in temperatures ranging as much as 850℃, opening up this instrument’s use for purposes resembling heating furnaces.